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Try your hand at Zack & Wiki

Since its release last October, Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure has shown how much potential exists for adventures on the Nintendo Wii. To introduce even more players to the game, Capcom has released an online flash demo.

Zack & Wiki is the first adventure game made exclusively for the Wii, utilizing the Wii remote to manipulate objects and solve puzzles. The flash demo contains one level of the game that has Zack and his friend Wiki attempting to get a treasure chest from behind a closed door. The gameplay in the flash demo varies slightly from the full game, as the mouse is used for simple automatic actions instead of the motion-sensing actions performed with the Wii remote.

The online flash demo can be found at the Zack & Wiki Nintendo Europe site by clicking on the Gameplay icon.

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Latest comments (4 total)

The actual game is much better than that poorly made demo.

Mar 7, 2008

Actually, so far I thought the game looked really nice and was one of my main reasons for thinking of buying a wii. I find it really odd that they chose this demo to advertise the game as it really put me off (especially the awful “ting” noise that accompanies anything you click on)

Mar 6, 2008

Is that in-game music really from the game? It reminds me of The Dig; quite a contrast to the feel the graphics and the rest of the music on that site seem to be going for. The short loop also gets grating pretty fast..

Mar 6, 2008

Ugh, is the game really that bad?

Mar 6, 2008
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